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There is a caveat here though. When you start spooling this way, the RMAN output will not be displayed in console and will silently be written in log file. So, unless you check the log file, you will not know what's going on or any errors.
In Unix platform, you could alternatively use this approach:
$ rman target / | tee /tmp/rman.log
Here, you can simply leverage unix "tee" command to not only spool to log file, but also see on your screen.
I am sure, you will like it at times.
that's sweet thanks
The tee command works for Linux OS also. If it is not working please check for the below package installed in your system,
rpm -qf 'which tee'
You are right. tee command is NOT installed in linux machine.
Thanks a lot.
# rpm -qa | grep tee